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CT stakes high ground in additive-manufacturing arms race

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut is staking high ground in the additive manufacturing arms race. Find out how.

Tesla is raising prices after backtracking on store closures


Tesla will raise the price of its vehicles after going back on a recent decision to close most of its stores.

Uber death leaves questions about self-driving car liability unanswered


A year after the first fatality caused by a fully self-driving car, questions about liability in the event of a death involving the cars are still completely up in the air.

AT&T workers head to Capitol to protest call-center closures

Joe Cooper |

Told they will have to relocate or risk losing their jobs, Meriden-based AT&T workers are protesting Thursday at the state Capitol to support legislation that would have prevented the...

What to expect in the February jobs report out Friday


It's looking like the US economy turned in another respectable month of job growth in February, even as a broader slowdown looms.

Approval for 'one college' years away, but CSCU presses forward with consolidation plan


Connecticut State Colleges and Universities President Mark Ojakian's steady progress toward consolidating the state's 12 community colleges, while approval from accreditors is still years away, has...

Horizon Tech’s 4Q, ‘18 net rises

Gregory Seay |

Farmington’s Horizon Technology Finance Inc. posted higher fourth-quarter and full-year net investment income from its specialty finance operations.

Kaman developing next-generation K-MAX aircraft

Joe Cooper |

Bloomfield aerosystems maker Kaman Corp. says it's developing the next generation K-MAX lift helicopter that could be used for both manned and unmanned flights.

Translation-tech provider expands to E. Hartford tower

Joe Cooper |

A New York-based provider of translation and language interpretation technology has launched a new operation in East Hartford's tallest office building.

As GM's Lordstown plant idles, an iconic American job nears extinction


When Felice Robinson was hired at General Motors' Lordstown plant in 1995, she thought the rest of her life was taken care of.

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